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Is This Really Disrespectful?  
User currently offlinealberchico From United States of America, joined Sep 2004, 2825 posts, RR: 0
Posted (1 year 5 months 10 hours ago) and read 4044 times:

This image has been generating some controversy with some suggesting that she be fired. Apparently she was in Washington on work related business. Can she be fired for goofing off on a company trip ?



But to be fair the guards at Arlington are famous for reprimanding people for being noisy :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYCPbP_a46I

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/1...166842.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopular

Your thoughts ???


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User currently offlinejetblueguy22 From United States of America, joined Nov 2007, 2649 posts, RR: 4
Reply 1, posted (1 year 5 months 9 hours ago) and read 4033 times:
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I find it disrespectful for sure. It's one thing if you say a quiet please sign in an office, but the National Cemetery, that's just not right. I don't think she should be fired for this if this was done on her own time. Sure she represents the company, but unless she posted it in an official company communication it is all on her.
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User currently offlineAR385 From Mexico, joined Nov 2003, 5946 posts, RR: 30
Reply 2, posted (1 year 5 months 9 hours ago) and read 4024 times:
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Why bother to fire her? She´s obviously so stupid and disrespectful she´ll be fired soon anyway for something done at her place of employment with lot less controversy and publicity.


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User currently offlinealoges From Germany, joined Jan 2006, 8617 posts, RR: 43
Reply 3, posted (1 year 5 months 9 hours ago) and read 4020 times:

Quoting alberchico (Thread starter):
Is This Really Disrespectful?

Yes, but it isn't scandalous unless you're an American militarist. I can easily imagine some of the people whose family members rest in that cemetary brushing it off.

Quoting alberchico (Thread starter):
Can she be fired for goofing off on a company trip ?

I don't know if it's legally possible, but that sort of prank certainly puts you in the firing line (yay, what a pun    ) if it is in any way possible to connect your antics to your employer.



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User currently onlinevikkyvik From United States of America, joined Jul 2003, 9400 posts, RR: 27
Reply 4, posted (1 year 5 months 9 hours ago) and read 3985 times:
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Quoting alberchico (Thread starter):
Can she be fired for goofing off on a company trip ?

I would think so. She posted it publicly (on Facebook), and the company paid for the trip.

Do I find it disrespectful? I don't know. If people want it to be disrespectful, then it's disrespectful. If people don't care, then it's not. I fall into the latter category. And I don't see why anyone should really care, aside from those who know and/or work with her. People do stupid, disrespectful things all day every day. Pointless trying to stop them all.

Hell, even the unit who guards the Tomb doesn't seem to care (at least publicly):

The Old Guard, the U.S. Army Infantry regiment that is charged with guarding the Tomb of the Unknowns and is famous for weathering literal storms, seems prepared to weather a social media storm as well. They told Gonzalez that Stone is entitled to her freedom of speech.

from http://todaynews.today.com/_news/201...ks-outrage-calls-for-womans-firing



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User currently offlineRussianJet From Kyrgyzstan, joined Jul 2007, 7633 posts, RR: 23
Reply 5, posted (1 year 5 months 9 hours ago) and read 3983 times:
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It's massively disrespectful, but pretty pointless sacking her. I tend to agree with the view that if she is that stupid she'll come undone at work anyway.


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User currently offlinetugger From United States of America, joined Apr 2006, 5254 posts, RR: 8
Reply 6, posted (1 year 5 months 8 hours ago) and read 3934 times:

It's a JOKE folks..... nothing to see here, move along.

My god we like to make such big issues of silly little things that everybody does or has done at one time or another (no I am not suggesting that YOU, perfect you, have done what this lady is doing. But certainly something stupid, disrespectful and done as a "funny").

Just let it be, we like far to much to butt in a complain about others nowadays.

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User currently offlineDarksnowynight From United States of America, joined Jan 2012, 1281 posts, RR: 3
Reply 7, posted (1 year 5 months 8 hours ago) and read 3914 times:

Quoting vikkyvik (Reply 4):
If people want it to be disrespectful, then it's disrespectful. If people don't care, then it's not.

Right. I think this a story looking for an audience. I think most people would see that we don't get to brag loudly and ceaselessly about "defending" freedom, and then turn around and be offended by as much.

Whether or not she can be sacked. This is America. We really don't offer much in the way of job security across the board, so that would be up to what her Company thinks of all this. Where I work, it's customary to avoid low-brow postings on social media, and of course, talking about the Company is something of a third rail. Nothing special there. If her Company feels the same, could be trouble, especially given how much modern Companies like

Quoting aloges (Reply 3):

Yes, but it isn't scandalous unless you're an American militarist. I can easily imagine some of the people whose family members rest in that cemetary brushing it off.

Yes, but "militarist" describes an increasing and vocal number of americans. From a PR standpoint, that can be a problem.



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User currently offlineRussianJet From Kyrgyzstan, joined Jul 2007, 7633 posts, RR: 23
Reply 8, posted (1 year 5 months 8 hours ago) and read 3900 times:
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Quoting tugger (Reply 6):
we like far to much to butt in a complain about others nowadays.

Sure, but here's the problem - stick things like that on the internet these days and there's not really much 'butting-in' called for, as these things come by without even looking for them. And that's the thing - we've all made stupid, and I'm sure at times pretty darn offensive jokes, but hopefully most of us have the brains to understand that spreading them online is a very stupid thing to do. You are in essence right, but you have to think about where these things might end up now.



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User currently offlineWestJet747 From Canada, joined Aug 2011, 1785 posts, RR: 10
Reply 9, posted (1 year 5 months 7 hours ago) and read 3837 times:

Quoting RussianJet (Reply 5):
It's massively disrespectful, but pretty pointless sacking her. I tend to agree with the view that if she is that stupid she'll come undone at work anyway.

But as the employer, why wait until she makes another mistake?

If she worked for me, she would be canned pretty fast, and it has nothing to do with insulting the military. This woman clearly has incredibly poor judgement, and when working for a non-profit who likely has tighter budgets, there's too much risk in keeping someone who has difficulty making appropriate choices while representing the company.



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User currently offlineDiamondFlyer From United States of America, joined Oct 2008, 1400 posts, RR: 3
Reply 10, posted (1 year 5 months 7 hours ago) and read 3831 times:

I don't get why people are so up in arms about this whole deal, especially the military types. You signed up to go fight, fight for one of the rights she is exercising. You don't get to pout when the rights you signed up to defend are exercised in such a way that you don't agree with it.

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User currently offlinetz757300 From United States of America, joined Aug 2005, 2866 posts, RR: 6
Reply 11, posted (1 year 5 months 7 hours ago) and read 3810 times:

Is it disrespectful? Yeah, I think it is, but I can't get mad because it's not a law to be quiet.

I have plenty of family members buried in there, and will be burying my grandma there in 9 days. It is a cemetery visited by masses of people every year. I don't think it is reasonable to expect 100% quiet and respect from everyone.

Now, THAT does open up something I really don't like, which is how the cemetery is now a major tourist attraction. If they really want respect, why market the place as somewhere everyone should visit?? That I find to be pretty disrespectful.



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User currently offlinefr8mech From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 5098 posts, RR: 12
Reply 12, posted (1 year 5 months 7 hours ago) and read 3783 times:

Quoting alberchico (Thread starter):
Can she be fired for goofing off on a company trip ?

Yes, she can be fired. She was on a company trip and, presumably, associated her company with the posting.

Quoting tugger (Reply 6):
It's a JOKE folks..... nothing to see here, move along.

Yes, it is a joke, in fact, a quote from the joker in question"

"This is just us, being the douchebags that we are, challenging authority in general. Much like the pic posted the night before, of me smoking right next to a no smoking sign. OBVIOUSLY we meant NO disrespect to people that serve or have served our country."

But, here is the kicker, people can be fired for doing stupid things while representing their employer. Smoking next to a no smoking sign is NOT the same same flipping the bird in (at) the National Cemetery. Her employer has every right to take whatever action it deems required to maintain its good name and customer base.

Tugger, if you're not offended, then don't be offended. But others were offended and decided to express their feelings by signing a petition demanding that the employee get fired. Happens all the time. It is the prerogative of the employer to act on that petition or not.

And, no Mrs. Stone, it is not obvious to the millions who have seen this picture that you meant no disrespect. Actions have consequences.

[Edited 2012-11-21 15:21:23]


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User currently offlinesprout5199 From United States of America, joined Feb 2005, 1833 posts, RR: 2
Reply 13, posted (1 year 5 months 6 hours ago) and read 3756 times:

It's funny. No reason to fire her.

FYI I am a vet, served 6 years in the Navy.

Now if it would have been in front of a grave, thats a different story.

Seems to me, those who are screaming about this need to get a life. Nothing wrong with it. She is doing something humorous. People are taking this out of context, and making something out of nothing. You would be shocked at the number of times I have "disrespected" the Navy, the military, and the flag while on active duty. Get over it people.

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User currently offlineAirframeAS From United States of America, joined Feb 2004, 14150 posts, RR: 25
Reply 14, posted (1 year 5 months 6 hours ago) and read 3736 times:

Quoting sprout5199 (Reply 13):
Now if it would have been in front of a grave, thats a different story.

   And there we have it! A great point. I could not agree more!



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User currently offlinePC12Fan From United States of America, joined Jan 2007, 2378 posts, RR: 5
Reply 15, posted (1 year 5 months 6 hours ago) and read 3716 times:

Quoting tugger (Reply 6):

Yes, but there are times when if even it's entirely intended to be a joke, it flat out shouldn't be done. Her "shouting" isn't so bad, but the finger puts it over the line.

Quoting DiamondFlyer (Reply 10):
I don't get why people are so up in arms about this whole deal, especially the military types. You signed up to go fight, fight for one of the rights she is exercising.

Still doesn't make it right. This coming from a guy that never served.



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User currently offlineTransIsland From Bahamas, joined Mar 2004, 2038 posts, RR: 9
Reply 16, posted (1 year 5 months 6 hours ago) and read 3708 times:

The question whether it is disrespectful is irrelevant. She was exercising her first amendment rights, which conservatives (and I count even the most liberal admirers of the military among those) seem to forget comes before the second amendment.


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User currently offlineRussianJet From Kyrgyzstan, joined Jul 2007, 7633 posts, RR: 23
Reply 17, posted (1 year 5 months 6 hours ago) and read 3687 times:
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Quoting WestJet747 (Reply 9):

But as the employer, why wait until she makes another mistake?

If she worked for me, she would be canned pretty fast, and it has nothing to do with insulting the military. This woman clearly has incredibly poor judgement, and when working for a non-profit who likely has tighter budgets, there's too much risk in keeping someone who has difficulty making appropriate choices while representing the company.

Because unless it directly brings the company into disrepute, I really don't think companies should be controlling every stupid little thing people do outside of work. There is of course the chance she might not be as stupid or show such bad judgement in the workplace as she does out, so see how she does. It is the cse that we have probably all done silly things outside of work.



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User currently offlineltbewr From United States of America, joined Jan 2004, 12882 posts, RR: 12
Reply 18, posted (1 year 5 months 5 hours ago) and read 3647 times:

In this day and age where getting and keeping a job is so difficult, any little thing that makes the employer look bad will be used against you including Facebook and other social media postings. With social media, what you could keep among a few friends or family can, as here posted by someone who is friend (and then probably unfriendly) that goes viral worldwide. I have visited this site several times. I always showed respect. The woman didn't show the common sense one need from an employee so good riddence.

User currently offlineDocLightning From United States of America, joined Nov 2005, 18704 posts, RR: 58
Reply 19, posted (1 year 5 months 4 hours ago) and read 3623 times:

Quoting TransIsland (Reply 16):
The question whether it is disrespectful is irrelevant. She was exercising her first amendment rights, which conservatives (and I count even the most liberal admirers of the military among those) seem to forget comes before the second amendment.

Let's talk for a moment about what the First Amendment protects and what it doesn't protect.

The First Amendment protects her from criminal prosecution or even civil litigation for her free expression. I can stand on top of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and scream "All Hail Lord Satan!!" and the best they can get me for is trespassing and perhaps disturbing the peace.

Now, that said, the First Amendment does NOT mean that you have a right to do so without any repercussion whatsoever. Her employer would be perfectly within their right to fire her for such unprofessional behavior, especially while on a company-paid trip. Similarly, I can't walk up to my boss and call him some profanity and then expect the First Amendment to protect me from disciplinary action.


User currently offlinefr8mech From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 5098 posts, RR: 12
Reply 20, posted (1 year 5 months 4 hours ago) and read 3610 times:

Quoting TransIsland (Reply 16):
The question whether it is disrespectful is irrelevant. She was exercising her first amendment rights, which conservatives (and I count even the most liberal admirers of the military among those) seem to forget comes before the second amendment.


The First Amendment does NOT restrain non-government actors. The First Amendment (as is the entire Bill of Rights and several other areas of the Constitution and its amendments) is a restraint against government. The government could not sanction her for what she has done. Her employer, most certainly can.

Quoting RussianJet (Reply 17):
Because unless it directly brings the company into disrepute,


And, who makes that judgement? I argue that it is ultimately up to the employer to make that judgement. In this case she was on a company sponsored trip, i.e. representing her employer, when she did this.

Quoting sprout5199 (Reply 13):
Now if it would have been in front of a grave, thats a different story.


It really isn't for you to decide who is offended by what and who isn't offended. People get offended by the slightest things. Some folks make a career out of being offended. Others could care less.



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User currently offlinefr8mech From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 5098 posts, RR: 12
Reply 21, posted (1 year 5 months 4 hours ago) and read 3599 times:

Quoting DocLightning (Reply 19):

Doc, you beat me to it. And, as usual, stated it more eloquently.



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User currently offlinekiwiinoz From New Zealand, joined Oct 2005, 2165 posts, RR: 5
Reply 22, posted (1 year 5 months 4 hours ago) and read 3570 times:

Well, it's a joke and if shared with a controlled group of people she knows well, I don't believe it's particularly disrespectful. She was disrespectful and VERY stupid when she posted the image on facebook for all the world to see

I don't know how many high profile social media screw-ups there has to be to teach people the dangers of this medium. The response and outrage is completely disproprtianate to her actions but them's the breaks on Facebook.

Should she be fired?, I don't think so, However, the company is between a rock and a hard place now in terms of PR. They will probably find a way to move her on.


User currently offlineTheCol From Canada, joined Jan 2007, 2032 posts, RR: 6
Reply 23, posted (1 year 5 months 3 hours ago) and read 3547 times:

Quoting WestJet747 (Reply 9):
If she worked for me, she would be canned pretty fast, and it has nothing to do with insulting the military. This woman clearly has incredibly poor judgement

  

Especially after reading this:

Quoting fr8mech (Reply 12):
This is just us, being the douchebags that we are, challenging authority in general. Much like the pic posted the night before, of me smoking right next to a no smoking sign.

When people are traveling on the company dime, they are expected to act and dress professionally. This woman clearly has no common sense and is totally immature. If I was her employer, I wouldn't want somebody like her representing my place of business. This is the real world, not high school.



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User currently offlineTransIsland From Bahamas, joined Mar 2004, 2038 posts, RR: 9
Reply 24, posted (1 year 5 months 3 hours ago) and read 3542 times:

Quoting DocLightning (Reply 19):
Now, that said, the First Amendment does NOT mean that you have a right to do so without any repercussion whatsoever. Her employer would be perfectly within their right to fire her for such unprofessional behavior, especially while on a company-paid trip. Similarly, I can't walk up to my boss and call him some profanity and then expect the First Amendment to protect me from disciplinary action.

Surely, even on a business trip you have some recreational time during which you are not "on the clock"? If US law allows for private/corporate sanctions against sentiments people express while on their own time, I would say government by extension and indirectly infringes on said first amendment right. (But I will admit that I am a radical when it comes to protecting free speech, even hate speech, as much as I dislike it. At least it allows me to recognise the speaker for the a*hole they are.)

So unless this action has anything directly to do with her employer, which would render her unable to appropriately and credibly represent them henceforth, I see no grounds for firing her. (That would be you calling your boss some profanity, for example.)



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25 fr8mech : But, is she on her own time? Even if this trip was optional, when she decided to go, she was representing her employer. Thus, her actions reflect on
26 Aeri28 : disrespectful? sure, I think so. Should she be fired. Well no to be honest, no not for this. Would I care if she were fired. No not at all. BUT BUT BU
27 DocLightning : Doesn't matter. Suppose one of your employees on his own time marched with a group like NAMBLA (a pro-pedophilia group). Now, NAMBLA has every right
28 sccutler : The greatest challenge to free speech is in the seemingly-unending wave of political correctness, and people who ascribe foul intent and meaning to t
29 Post contains images Mir : I would say so, yes. I don't care if it's Arlington or St. Zzwyxx's Cut-Rate Burial Ground, you don't set out to "be a douchebag" in a cemetery. She
30 shamrock604 : Was her action disrespectful? Sure. Did she mean it to be? Probably not. Does she deserve to get fired for it? Of course not. Don't we keep getting re
31 ronglimeng : I think the presence of a member of the "Old Guard" "walking the mat" actually detracts from the solemnity of the location and draws attention away fr
32 fr8mech : Truth be known, I don't think she needs to be fired, but, it's not up to me. It's the employer's prerogative to deal with the employee as the employe
33 PHX787 : Guys it's disrespectful at its greatest,......but seriously, she does have the 1st amendment....But I don't wanna sail into an argument about that
34 DocLightning : Again, the 1st Amendment protects you from the gummint. It does not protect you from your employer.
35 Post contains images PHX787 : did not see your previous post And yes she should be fired
36 Mir : Seriously, she doesn't. See Reply 19 for why. -Mir
37 Maverick623 : Absolutely. Indeed, we've had a vet post in this thread that he thought it wasn't a big deal. Personally, I think she's.... a lot of things that woul
38 rlwynn : Fired. I think the picture is funny. Funny that in the way she is just so stupid. She is not disrespecting anything as a she is probably not smart eno
39 FlyDeltaJets : Everyone keeps saying while she is on her company trip she is representing the company. While looking at the picture in question please tell me the na
40 Post contains links rlwynn : She has been fired. This was posted on her facebook for all to see along with the name of her company. It went viral and there were thousands speaking
41 fr8mech : Because the employer felt that termination was what was required in order to placate the court of public opinion. Anyone notice that the person takin
42 SmittyOne : I'm in the service now, going on 20 years. The picture she took was so outrageous and ironic that it could only have been meant as a joke. If people
43 adh214 : I don't understand why her employer is involved. In looking at the photo I have no idea who she works for. I just assumed she was another tourist. I h
44 Darksnowynight : And for this reason, if I ever had need for any of her employer's services, I would promptly consider doing said business elsewhere or not at all. If
45 Mir : I agree completely, but she hasn't given a genuine apology (as far as I'm aware). That does it for me. -Mir
46 Maverick623 : Check
47 PHX787 : Well good riddance. Hopefully she learns a bit about respect before finding another job.
48 Mir : Eh, okay. I don't think they really needed to go into the whole "we were just making a visual pun" thing, but I'd accept that if I were their employe
49 pvjin : Not disrespectful really, she didn't do it in front of a grave. Besides in my opinion it's ridiculous to have military graveyards for any soldiers who
50 SmittyOne : All honorably discharged veterans of the US military are entitled to military funeral honors, whether or not they served during wartime or in combat.
51 TransIsland : I wouldn't, as I would hurt my credibility as an advocate for free speech (and that advocacy is - loosely - related to my line of work). Maybe, as fr
52 fr8mech : As far as I know, this was not a businesss trip, but a company sponsered outing. That is different. In theory, she is 'on the clock'. Do you realize,
53 PHX787 : She did. That sign is in front of the tomb of the unknowns. Well they do that burial with honors in Finland too, according to my friend who lives the
54 Darksnowynight : Hopefully nothing. I don't know about you, but I'd be pretty uncomfortable with dead people speaking about anything. Seriously though, what does it m
55 AR385 : I did not think she should have been fired in the first place. I said that she was rather lacking in judgement to do something at her actual work that
56 Mir : If she continues to be a self-described douchebag, it'll be almost impossible. But if she actually changes her ways, she'll get a second chance. Whic
57 WrenchBender : A big deal about nothing, all would have been good but for one thing. She posted the picture for the world to see on facebook. I am ex military and ha
58 usflyer msp : This is another example of why I do not have my employer listed on my FB page nor do I ever post anything about the happenings at work on FB. I have s
59 bjorn14 : As my Grandpa used to say "Everybody makes mistakes, some just cost more than others" But usually they don't show up on FB or YouTube.
60 dl021 : They're doing their duty on grounds that belong to the people of the United States and where they have authority to demand certain behaviour. If Cong
61 Post contains images AirframeAS : I don't get why Arlington is a tourist attraction. It shouldn't be. That's not how the cemetery was created to begin with.
62 Maverick623 : Yep, we totally went into Afghanistan with the intention of confiscating their opium.
63 RobertNL070 : Not really. However it does show a lack of judgement and a lack of social skills. In other words: plain stupid.
64 TheCol : Why? It exists to honour the fallen and keeps their memories alive. People from all over the planet come to pay their respects.
65 EA CO AS : I'm glad the little attention-whore got fired. Actions have consequences. So tell me...why were you defending the actions of that asshat who wore the
66 varigb707 : People should be more respectful at Arlington National Cemetery and keep it quiet. And the lady shown on the picture should be reprimended.
67 Maverick623 : Nice try. This has nothing to do with getting a rise out of people.
68 Geezer : So Lindsay Stone is/was a Social Worker? Maybe after a few years flipping burgers she'll wise up and get a clue as to how to act while visiting a plac
69 AirframeAS : How do you know that? There are signs like that all over the cemetery itself.
70 RussianJet : That's a hell of an assumption. She may have had decent qualifications for the post and presented well, and hitherto done her job well - people aren'
71 fr8mech : From the article posted: In the photo, Stone stands at the Tomb of the Unknown Solider next to a sign that reads "Silence and Respect," giving the mi
72 mad99 : this seams to be the only logical post on this thread, all the rest sound like wannabe police. it might be guilt? I used to travel through Atlanta on
73 EA CO AS : You honestly believe her decision to engage in this behavior and then intentionally put this on Facebook wasn't based on her desire to show how cleve
74 DocLightning : I'm just going to throw this one out there: When someone points a camera at you and your response is to flip the camera the bird, that hand gesture is
75 fr8mech : Unlike the days in the past, where you could get a hold of the negatives, digital is forever...and modifiable. I do need to remeber those 4 words for
76 Maverick623 : That's not what you said. You said they both did it "to get a rise out of people", and insinuated that I was a hypocrite for strongly defending one a
77 EA CO AS : Never once did I say or even insinuate that. I was merely wondering why there was what I perceived to be inconsistency in your stances on what I beli
78 Maverick623 : Then I hope my answer was to your satisfaction.
79 Geezer : I "know that" because I took the time and trouble to read about half a dozen articles in newspapers about it; (BTW.....if you've ever BEEN to the Tom
80 Post contains links DeltaMD90 : I think it is very unwise (very stupid, actually) but I support her right to do it, however, this is not something the government should be getting in
81 DocLightning : There is both an extensor digitorum communis muscle and tendon. Most skeletal muscles have tendons (in fact, I can't think of an exception). Yup. You
82 Mir : She posted it on Facebook (or perhaps it was her friend who took the photo). -Mir
83 Starbuk7 : Yes, I support her right to do this as well, but...... Just because you have a right to do a thing, does not mean that you 'should' do a thing!! This
84 DeltaMD90 : Oh yes, I know. I noted that I supported the company's right to fire her for this (don't want this to turn into a 1st Amendment thing because I don't
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